articles by Anuradha Shetty

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Skype available for Outlook.com users in North America

Months after it started rolling out a preview version of its popular VoIP service for Outlook.com users in the UK; Microsoft has announced that it is now fully

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Mauritania hacker claims he hacked millions of Twitter accounts

In a scary revelation for Twitter, a Mauritania hacker claims to have compromised the security of millions of accounts and has leaked the credentials of over

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Google+ update for desktop brings native translation capabilities

It is now possible to translate posts and comments on Google+ with Google Translate right there, reveals the Google’s Ed Chi in a post....

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YouTube Android app updated with refreshed UI

If you use the YouTube application on your Android device, you have a good reason now to upgrade your app to this latest version.

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Apple asks supplier to start shipping budget and premium iPhones next month

Both, the new and budget iPhones are likely to start being shipped early next month, sources close to the development informed The Wall Street

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Nokia rumoured to be testing 6-inch phablet codenamed "Bandit"

Sources close to the development have told The Verge that Nokia is currently testing a 6-inch device with the latest version of Windows Phone, codenamed

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Google celebrates World Photography Day in Mumbai

Google celebrated the World Photography Day today with professional photographers and photography enthusiasts from around the world at an event in Mumbai. At

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Google developing 'supervised accounts' in Chrome

Google it seems is working to introduce ‘supervised accounts’ to Chrome, according to the guys at Browser Fame. If and when implemented, supervised

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Aakash makes education affordable for poor US kids

India’s very own Aakash tablet may have been developed with an aim to make education accessible to the poor kids in the country, the tablet is creating waves abroad...

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Apple to replace faulty graphics card on a few mid-2011 iMacs

If you own an Apple iMac in some mid-2011 configurations, here’s one important piece of news for you. According to 9to5Mac, the Cupertino giant is now

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Yahoo! Mail shuts down in China

The shutters have finally gone down on Yahoo! Mail in China; four months after the company announced its decision to do so, Tech In Asia reports. While Yahoo!

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Specs and images of AMD Temash-powered Asus netbook leak

Popular laptop and tablet manufacturer Asus is reportedly in the process of introducing a new entrant to its VivoBook line-up – the Windows 8-running

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India's telephone subscriber base stands at roughly 90 crores: TRAI

The telephone subscriber base in India rose to 900.05 million at the end of May 2012 from 897.02 million

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Samsung rumoured to be developing a 12-inch tablet

If reports around the web are anything to go by, Samsung Electronics is currently knee-deep in developing a tablet PC measuring a whopping 12 inches. If this

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1,800 Indians keen on settling down on Mars

India may still be a little away from launching its very own, full-fledged Mars mission, but that isn’t stopping natives from queuing up to get their

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Lava launches Jelly Bean running 3G 356 and 3G 402

Popular smartphone manufacturer in the country, Lava has launched two smartphones in the entry-level 3G Android smartphone segment, namely Lava 3G 356 and Lava 3G 402.

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Outlook.com back up after Microsoft issues fix

Microsoft claims to have fixed an issue affecting its Outlook.com service that had caused it to remain inaccessible for up to three days.  In a brief note

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Skype to come pre-installed on Windows 8.1

Popular VoIP service Skype will be placed front-and-center on Windows 8.1, a post on the Skype blog confirms. The service, like a host of other apps and

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Flipboard for iOS updated with GIF support

The Flipboard iOS app, like its Android counterpart, boasts of added GIF support now. Once they've updated to the latest version (v2.0.5), Flipboard users

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Digg Reader now accessible on mobile web browser

In what comes as really exciting news for Digg Reader users on the iPhone and iPad, a rather big update has been served to the app, and it is already live on